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Prayer Breakfast

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Location:Bloomington, Indiana
Members:Adams
Cheek
Dixon
Segedy
Vollmar
Website:www.myspace.com/prayerbreakfast
Label:none
Total Request:2919 (2174 downloads, 745 plays)
Total Request:2919 (2174 downloads, 745 plays)

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With support from: Arts Council and the City of IndianapolisIndiana Arts CommissionNational Endowment for the Arts

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Recent Blog Posts

6/17/19
by Jim Rawlinson
The Ataris: Back Where It Began
The Ataris are one of Indiana's (perhaps the most) commercially successful punk rock acts of the...
4/22/19
by Kati Taylor
A Few 2019 Music Events & Festivals
This year is full of fun music related events throughout Indiana.I have had fun participating, volun...
3/27/19
by Mina Keohane
Looking for a Jazz Jam? Indy's Got You.
Heya! Mina here. I read an article a while back on NPR’s blog with the headline “The Onc...